Greg Jr. Coming in for a landing.

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Rom@nce on March 3, 2008

wow, he looks huge,wonderful capture Mary

Palmina Moore on March 4, 2008

A brilliant capture MaryAlice Well done!


MaryAlice on March 4, 2008


Thank you so much for your compliments! This is Greg Jr. who flew in about 9 years ago and has stayed on our lake ever since. He has a little band on his leg but we don't know from where he actually came. He is a wonderful boy who has fathered a duckling or two in his day and been a loving mate to many. Things just wouldn't be the same without Greg Jr. Many ducks have come and gone, but Greg Jr. Always remains!

I'm glad you stopped by and hope you have a wonderful day.


MaryAlice on March 4, 2008


Thank you so much for stopping by to see Greg Jr. He is a rather large Mallard, and by far my favorite!

Thank you so much for your kind words.

Have a wonderful afternoon.

Sincerely, MaryAlice

Victor de Lara on March 4, 2008

Perfect landing, great capture MaryAlice.

Greetings from Spain, Víctor

MaryAlice on March 4, 2008

Victor: Thank you very kindly for stopping by, and for your praise! I appreciate your compliments greatly. Greetings from the USA, Mary Alice

Richard Ryer on March 6, 2008

Greetings MaryAlice, What a marvelous stop action catch. Truly the right place at the right time for this great shot. WOW!



MaryAlice on March 7, 2008


Thank you VERY much! I was quite pleased with the shot because usually Greg flies too fast for me!

I'm so happy that you liked it!

Kindest regards,

Mary Alice

©junebug on March 11, 2008

What a beautiful capture of a duck in flight, Mary Alice! Greg Jr. is a very handsome mallard. It's almost incredible he's been with you for 9 years! That's wonderful and I hope he'll stay for many more years to come. By the way, I also love ducks and if you like you can find them under the tag 'Ducks'. Greetings from Germany, Anne

MaryAlice on March 11, 2008


What a pleasure to have you come over and comment on Greg Jr. Thank you so much for your very kind visit.

I will be right over to see your duck pictures as well, and I can't wait!

Greetings from the sunny south,

Mary Alice

Giulio Colla on March 14, 2008


The best capture, wonderful shot!

Greetings from Italy, Giulio

MaryAlice on March 15, 2008


THank you very kindly for your praise! I appreciate it very much.


Mary Alice

Giulio Colla on March 15, 2008


Ciao, Giulio

Epi F.Villanueva on March 16, 2008


MaryAlice on March 17, 2008

Epi F. Villanueve:

I just wanted to say thank you for your praise! I certainly appreciate it very much.


Mary Alice

Tlapp on March 19, 2008

This one is just awesome! Is it a take-off or a touchdown? Splendid work! Regards, Rafal

MaryAlice on March 19, 2008


This was a touchdown! I'm so glad you like it! He's my favorite Mallard, Greg Jr. He's been around for years now and occasionally likes to show off a little! I think he enjoys having his picture made! :)

Thank you so much for your kind visit.


Mary Alice

Tlapp on March 19, 2008

Yep. It can't have been a take-off...firstly, the water is too still. secondly , the duck seems too be perfectly dry and thirdly, and apparently most importantly - the title sais so :)...I was too impressed by the photo to check the title. Regards, Rafal

MaryAlice on March 19, 2008


Your comment is making me laugh! :) It's okay that you didn't notice the title! I often skip people's titles too when I'm overwhelmed by the image. It makes me happy that you skipped it actually. :) It was a compliment!

Thank you again for your kindness and for making me smile!


Mary Alice

Gerardo J González on March 21, 2008

Great shot, It´s not easy to get frozen images with birds in movment and landing. And great history about Mr. Greg Jr.!

Greetings Mary Alice!

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  • Uploaded on March 3, 2008
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by MaryAlice
    • Camera: Canon EOS 40D
    • Taken on 2008/03/02 14:48:30
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/2000)
    • Focal Length: 300.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash